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Reasons for student attrition on nursing courses: a study

26 February 1997

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Student attrition (dropping out) wastes time and resources which schools of nursing can ill afford. This study from Israel sets out to identify the reasons for...

Stark contrasts in hospital care

01 July 2010

Paediatric Nursing

First person

As a third-year nursing student Sofia Razaq spent a four-week elective working in a children’s ward in Morocco. In this article she describes the main differences...

Malnutrition in low income countries: lessons from the field

01 May 2007

Paediatric Nursing

Transcultural care

Contrary to popular perception, malnutrition is not simply the result of having too little to eat, a fact highlighted by the World Bank (2006) in a report on the...

Malnutrition in low income countries: lessons from the field

05 May 2007

Paediatric Nursing

Care

Contrary to popular perception, malnutrition is not simply the result of having too little to eat, a fact highlighted by the World Bank (2006) in a report on the...

Reflective practice – using a learning journal

13 January 1999

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Reflective practice learning journals have become a valued teaching and learning tool in nurse education, particularly for nursing students from other countries....

Capacity building in the new South Africa: contribution of nursing research

24 June 1998

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

In this article, the author identifies the contribution of nursing research to building the capacity of healthcare services to care for the people of the Republic of...

Developing cultural sensitivity and awareness in nursing overseas

02 July 2014

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Many nurses are choosing to work in other countries, providing an opportunity to broaden their experience and knowledge. However, it is important that nurses who...